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Week in Review: Obama Visits, Lost Pug Found

The following were the top articles on South End Patch from June 10 to June 14, 2013: Obama Makes Surprise Appearance in South End The President of the United States stopped by Charlie’s Sandwich Shoppe for lunch on Wednesday afternoon. Missing South End Pug Found in Scituate Winston, the dog that went missing Tuesday in the South End, has been reunited with his owner. Famous Works from South End Artist Found in Storage, Now Up for Auction Works by Allan Rohan Crite, a celebrated artist from the South End, will be up for auction this weekend after they were found in a storage locker in Western Massachusetts. Mt. Washington Bank Robbed of $ 180 on Friday Boston Police are looking for a suspect who robbed a bank in the South End on Friday. South End’s McKinley Among Schools That Received Suspicious Letters Police have said there does not appear to be any credible physical threat in regards to the letters sent to Boston public schools across the city. SOUTH END PATCH: Facebook | Twitter | E-mail Updates South End Patch


Posted by Massachusetts Legal Resources - June 16, 2013 at 10:30 am

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LOST DOG: Have You Seen this Pug? [Updated: FOUND!]

The dog that went missing on Tuesday in the South End has been found and was reunited with his owner.  —- Original article: A small pug went missing in the South End on Tuesday afternoon, and his owners are asking for the neighborhood’s help to locate him. The missing pug, Winston, is a fawn-colored dog with a black snout. He was last seen wearing a think black harness attached to a leash with black and red stripes. He was not wearing a collar but does have a microchip. He went missing in the area of Washington Street near Blackstone/Franklin Parks, speficially on East Springfield Street in the South End.  Winston’s owners say he is extremely friendly, but is afraid of rain, so he could be hiding somehwere if it begins to rain.  If you think you have seen him call 508-380-7850, or call the Animal Rescue League at (617) 426-9170 or the South End Police Department at (617) 343-4250.  SOUTH END PATCH: Facebook | Twitter | E-mail Updates  South End Patch


Posted by Massachusetts Legal Resources - June 13, 2013 at 7:03 am

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Report: Boston Economy May Have Lost $250 Million Plus from Lockdown

How much does it cost to shut down a city for an entire day? Bloomberg Business Week reports that price tag is somewhere in the range of $ 250 million to $ 333 million, citing a chief economist at IHS Global Insight. The citywide shelter-in-place order was lifted shortly after 6 p.m. Friday, about 10 hours after the police lockdown was extended to the entire city of Boston. As of 6:30 p.m., police continued to search for the remaining at-large suspect in Monday’s bombing at the Boston Marathon finish line, with heavy activity continuing in the greater Boston community of Watertown. The suspect was identified by authorities as 19-year-old Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev. While some businesses remained open during the lockdown, many didn’t open at all or closed early, sending employees home several hours after the shelter-in-place was issued, once government officials announced it was OK to leave for home. Dunkin’ Donuts shops in certain areas of the city remained open during the lockdown per direction from the city, the Huffington Post reported. Karen Raskopf, chief communications officer for Dunkin’ Brands, told the news site that the restaurants were asked to remain open “to take care of needs of law enforcement and first responders.” Business Week reports that the Boston metro area is a “$ 1-billion-a-day metropolitan area,” but that some of that economic activity could continue under a lockdown with the aid of telecommuting and technology. Other activities, such as grocery shopping, are simply shifted to another day. But even with some business in the city lost because of the lockdown, the economic expert said he did not expect the event to have a lasting effect on Boston’s economy. He pointed to New York City and Washington, D.C., both of which were able to recover relatively quickly following the attacks on 9/11. South End Patch


Posted by Massachusetts Legal Resources - April 19, 2013 at 11:37 pm

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